Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt has lashed out at JNU students union president Kanhaiya Kumar for calling Indian Army rapists.
Kumar, who is out in an six months interim bail, had addressed a student’s gathering on International Women’s Day on March 8.
The celebrated wrestler took to Twitter, and said:
कुछ लोगों ने नाग को दुध पिलाया है जो अब हमारे फ़ौजी भाईयों पर इल्ज़ाम लगा कर उन पे ज़हर उगल रहा है.
— Yogeshwar Dutt (@DuttYogi) March 9, 2016
This translates to: “some people fed snakes only to let the serpents spew venom against our army brethren”.
Dutt’s tweet also evoked support from the audience:
— Arya Pradeep Dubey (@arya_dubey) March 9, 2016
बिल्कुल सही कहा दादा आपने इन समय है इन नागों को काट देना चाहिए॥
दादा आपकों सैल्युट क्रप्या इनका कुछ इलाज बताओं https://t.co/QudTEzOT3J
— केसरिया दिवाना (@deepu46663) March 9, 2016
आस्तीन के साँप है ऐसे लोग… ऐसे साँपो को कुचलने का वक्त आ गया हैं https://t.co/kYUG0XauSF
— सुजीत गुप्ता (@guptasujeet) March 9, 2016
He is a bastard & should not go unpunished ! All his supporters do not take things for granted.I hate leftists now. https://t.co/VaJmZoMngL
— Jai Hind (@rokul59) March 9, 2016
Agree absolutely calling spade a spade. . .well done https://t.co/sXvXddFQWf
— Nikhil Sawhney (@sawhneynikhil) March 9, 2016
Taking strong objection on his speech, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha on March 9 filed a complaint in Vasant Vihar police station against Kanhaiya and JNU professor Nivedita Menon saying they made “anti-national” statements in the aftermath of February 9 event.
“Despite the submission of an undertaking before court, Kanhaiya has yet again addressed a gathering of students and uttered poisonous words against the Indian Army, labelling them as rapists of Kashmiri Women,” a BJYM statement said.